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The Avengers (05.04.2012)

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Avengers assemble!

Cast & crew: Robert Downey Jr. - Tony Stark / Iron Man Clark Gregg - Agent Coulson Scarlett Johansson - Natasha Romanoff / Black Widow Chris Hemsworth - Thor Chris Evans - Steve Rogers / Captain America Samuel L Jackson - Nick Fury Jeremy Renner - Clint Barton / Hawkeye Mark Ruffalo - Bruce Banner / Hulk Joss Whedon - Director Kevin Feige - Producer / President of Marvel Studios

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Comic Con: Marvel Assembles The Avengers in Hall H Posted on Saturday, July 24th, 2010 by Russ Fischer It was a pretty poorly kept secret that Marvel planned to formally announce The Avengers today during the Marvel Studios panel in Hall H at the San Diego Comic Con, but that didn't stop thousands of people going into geek rapture when the full cast walked out on stage. After the Thor panel concluded, Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige dimmed the lights one last time, and an Avengers "˜A' logo slowly resolved on screen as the voice of Nick Fury (Sam Jackson) explained the formation of the world's biggest superhero team. And then Jackson himself came on stage to introduce the cast. All the details are after the break. Jackson introduced the cast we know, all of whom strode out on stage. We'd just seen Clark Gregg (SHIELD Agent Coulson), Chris Evans (Captain America) and Chris Hemsworth (Thor) on other panels, but the appearances of Robert Downey, Jr. (Iron Man) and Scarlett Johansson (Black Widow) were surprises. Then Downey took the mic, and before he got down to business he took a moment to comment on the wild ambition of Inception before proclaiming the idea of bringing together the leads of all of Marvel's superhero films for The Avengers to be the most wildly ambitious movie idea yet hatched. Then he introduced Jeremy Renner as Clint Barton, aka Hawkeye, and Mark Ruffalo as Bruce Banner, aka The Hulk. (The latter got a mixed response, because only minutes before an audience member had asked Feige about the return of Edward Norton, and boos erupted from the audience when Feige downplayed the dismissal of Norton.) Then Joss Whedon came out, grinning like a madman. "I've had a dream all my life," he exclaimed, "and it was not this good!" (Then, in typically self-depricating style, he jokingly added "and I am going to blow it.") There wasn't much more to the announcement than that, and if you've been following along, none of the cast count as surprises. But was it cool to see everyone on stage together? Yes. It definitely was. Check out the Avengers teaser site for a representation of the "˜A' logo.

 

 

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am beyond psyched.
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bhah. A lot is miss castings if you ask me but in the end I will watch it anyway.
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bhah. A lot is miss castings if you ask me but in the end I will watch it anyway.
+1mil. Will suck. Will still watch.
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Needs more tail. Solid casting of Ms. Marvel would make me very happy. Right now I'm still on the fence.
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Willy, always on top of it. This. Is. Awesome.
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Sucks that Antman and Wasp in the movie. Still a must see though. I wonder if this pic is a hint on who the Avengers villain will be? I hope not because the Infinity Gauntlet deserves more than the Avengers, it should be an epic Marvel movie, bigger than the Avengers movie.
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am praying to Odin this movie does not suck. and wonder what's next for Marvel studios after this?
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I smell a FAIL of epic proportions on this one.
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+1.
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I'm glad that someone finally figured out to link the various comic story lines with one another rather than just having a bunch of one off films. Marvel taking control is the best thing to happen to comic book movies in a long time.
Can't wait for a DD redo, maybe w/ a Spidey or Capt. A. tie in.
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I'm glad that someone finally figured out to link the various comic story lines with one another rather than just having a bunch of one off films. Marvel taking control is the best thing to happen to comic book movies in a long time. Can't wait for a DD redo, maybe w/ a Spidey or Capt. A. tie in.
Huh?
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I thought this was going to be about

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Wow, everyone in Hollywood is so short.
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Sucks that Antman and Wasp in the movie.

Still a must see though.

I wonder if this pic is a hint on who the Avengers villain will be?


I hope not because the Infinity Gauntlet deserves more than the Avengers, it should be an epic Marvel movie, bigger than the Avengers movie.

I just read the Infinity Gauntlet, and I don't think the viewing public isn't ready for an Infinity Gauntlet movie. We would need movies for Dr. Strange, a solo for Silver Surfer, and perhaps some general galactic movies to set up of the other major players. I would be really disappointed if they jumped into a story of such epic proportions.
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